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|Female Void suggests:||
Elinor Ostrom, the only woman to ever win a Nobel prize in economics died on 6/12. Why don't more women win the prize? Is there an old boys clique at the Nobel committee, or in economics? What are the prospects for future winners? Let's hear opinions from economists.
The U.S. appears to exert an inordinate amount of control over the sovereign nation of Cuba. Many unaligned nations seem to act as if subject to the dictates of the U.S., with respect to diplomatic and commercial relations with Cuba.
Questions: Is Cuba (still) an enemy of the U.S.A.? If so, how? Is Cuba a threat to the world, or to any individual nation?Does any nation, including the U.S., benefit from the embargo? Would any nation, including the U.S, suffer any negative impact from the elimination of the embargo? Has, and/or does the political/ commercial/diplomatic embargo upon Cuba had/have any positive effects that would merit study?